2 - Exoticism

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Decorative Accessories - Owen Jones was known for his textiles during this style.

Decorative Accessories - Owen Jones was known for his textiles during this style.

Architecture - Joseph Bonomi, Jr. was known for his architecture designs during this style, esp Egyptian Hall.

Architecture - Joseph Bonomi, Jr. was known for his architecture designs during this style, esp Egyptian Hall.

Furniture - Wicker furniture was a main furniture material during this style. They also put very much detail into the design on the chair.

Furniture - Wicker furniture was a main furniture material during this style. They also put very much detail into the design on the chair.

Richard Morris Hunt was a famous architecture of this time. He designed the Griswold House

Richard Morris Hunt was a famous architecture of this time. He designed the Griswold House

Richard Morris Hunt was a famous architecture of this time and here is an example of his design.

Richard Morris Hunt was a famous architecture of this time and here is an example of his design.

Interior Design - The interior for the Egyptian Hall also shows of this style. Look at the columns and the ceiling details.

Interior Design - The interior for the Egyptian Hall also shows of this style. Look at the columns and the ceiling details.

Architecture - New York Halls of Justice was a key building that showed off this style. You can definitely tell from this flat roof line.

Architecture - New York Halls of Justice was a key building that showed off this style. You can definitely tell from this flat roof line.

Architecture - John Havilland was another key architecture designer during this style. Here is a prison he designed.

Architecture - John Havilland was another key architecture designer during this style. Here is a prison he designed.


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'The Egyptian Room', Plate 8, 'Household Furniture  Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1 http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/t/thomas-hope/

'The Egyptian Room', Plate 8, 'Household Furniture Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1 http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/t/thomas-hope/

'The Aurora Room', Plate 7, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

'The Aurora Room', Plate 7, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

Interior - 'The Statue Gallery', Plate 1, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

Interior - 'The Statue Gallery', Plate 1, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

Interior - 'The Vase Room', Plate 4, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

Interior - 'The Vase Room', Plate 4, 'Household Furniture & Interior Decoration', by Thomas Hope, London, UK, 1807. NAL Pressmark 57.Q.1

A drawing by Thomas Hope of a drawing room in the regency style. Image from "Thomas Hope Household Furniture and Interior Decoration." Preface by Clifford Musgrave

A drawing by Thomas Hope of a drawing room in the regency style. Image from "Thomas Hope Household Furniture and Interior Decoration." Preface by Clifford Musgrave

Grecian-style couch by Thomas Hope.  Furniture English Regency.

Grecian-style couch by Thomas Hope. Furniture English Regency.

Household Furniture and Interior Decoration: Classic Style Book of the Regency Period by Thomas Hope http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0486217108/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Wwbqub152CZEN

Household Furniture and Interior Decoration: Classic Style Book of the Regency Period by Thomas Hope http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0486217108/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Wwbqub152CZEN

Lion's head chair. LOVE lion matching

Lion's head chair. LOVE lion matching

Thomas Hope's Egyptian Sofa. A Regency Egyptian revival settee designed by Thomas Hope (1769-1831) for the Egyptian Room at his Duchess Street residence in London, c. 1802,

Thomas Hope's Egyptian Sofa. A Regency Egyptian revival settee designed by Thomas Hope (1769-1831) for the Egyptian Room at his Duchess Street residence in London, c. 1802,

Its current appearance goes back to the 15th century, when the original fortress was demolished and the wing along the Seine river was built. The palace was extended during the 16th century by architect Pierre Lescot, who expanded the palace into a complex with two courtyards. A decade later Catharina de Medici added the Tuileries palace to the west of the Louvre. Construction on the Louvre was halted for some time when king Louis XIV decided to move to the Versailles Palace.

Its current appearance goes back to the 15th century, when the original fortress was demolished and the wing along the Seine river was built. The palace was extended during the 16th century by architect Pierre Lescot, who expanded the palace into a complex with two courtyards. A decade later Catharina de Medici added the Tuileries palace to the west of the Louvre. Construction on the Louvre was halted for some time when king Louis XIV decided to move to the Versailles Palace.

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